Topic: New Indicator: Finite Volume Element

Hi All,

This is a Finite Volume Element indicator by Markos Katsanos. There are few version of this FVE indicator, some use Original Value of FVE, some use the Smoothing of FVE and others use Linear Regression of FVE. This indicators support both of these versions.

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Best Rgds
Denny Imanuel
imanuel.denny@gmail.com

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Re: New Indicator: Finite Volume Element

For more information about the Finite Volume Element indicator visit link: http://www.linnsoft.com/tour/techind/fve.htm

Re: New Indicator: Finite Volume Element

Some interesting indicators:

http://www.fmlabs.com/reference/default.htm

special to exits filter is range indicator.

Than'ks, Jaime.

Re: New Indicator: Finite Volume Element

Hi Denny,

Would it be possible to create a volume flow indicator for FSB?

Re: New Indicator: Finite Volume Element

I am using the Inidicator on 81000 Bars of 1 Minute Data and with these parameters it always crashes FSB:


  <slot slotNumber="1" slotType="OpenFilter">
    <indicatorName>Finite Volume Element</indicatorName>
    <listParam paramNumber="0">
      <caption>Logic</caption>
      <index>2</index>
      <value>The FVE Signal is higher than the Level line</value>
    </listParam>
    <listParam paramNumber="1">
      <caption>Chart's Signal</caption>
      <index>2</index>
      <value>Regression Slope of FVE</value>
    </listParam>
    <listParam paramNumber="2">
      <caption>Smoothing Method</caption>
      <index>0</index>
      <value>Simple</value>
    </listParam>
    <numParam paramNumber="0">
      <caption>FVE Samples</caption>
      <value>3</value>
    </numParam>
    <numParam paramNumber="1">
      <caption>Smoothing/Regression Period</caption>
      <value>199</value>
    </numParam>
    <numParam paramNumber="2">
      <caption>CutOff</caption>
      <value>0,0030</value>
    </numParam>
    <numParam paramNumber="3">
      <caption>Level</caption>
      <value>-0,0001</value>
    </numParam>
    <checkParam paramNumber="0">
      <caption>Use previous bar value</caption>
      <value>True</value>
    </checkParam>
  </slot>